Mini Toggle Switches

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Mini Toggle Switches

For series/parallel pickup switching, humbucker coil-tapping, phase switching and other special wiring.

Each switch has two hex nuts, a flat washer and a lock washer. Threaded portion is 5/16" tall. 1/4"-diameter mounting hole and 5/8" body cavity depth are required. All mini switches are DPDT (double pole, double throw).


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Wiring a humbucker to get two sounds

Erick Coleman shows how he modified a Parsons Street Humbucker, turning it into a switchable single-coil/humbucker combination.

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Worked Perfect

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I used 2 of the On/On switches and 2 On/On/On switches to wire up 2 Humbuckers set up in series/split/parallel for each pickup, a master series/parallel, and a phase for the neck. I am very impressed with the quality and low noise. I am extremely happy and plan on using them on all of my builds.

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Excellent switch

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Had it on my Guild for 5-6 years now with no issues. I used it for coil splitting.

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Three Way Split Lace Dually

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I rewired my MIM HSS Strat with Lace Sensors. I used the three way switch to split the dually according to the wiring diagram that came with the pickups. I did fry a switch on my first attempt and had to buy a new one. There are six solder connections you need to make on a tiny switch and no room to add a heat sink. The mistake I made was trying to solder all six wires in a hurry thus heating the switch up too much and frying the internal components. I went much slower second time around and allowed the switch to completely cool after making a connection. It also helped not to pre-tin the switch connectors; this allowed me to slide the wires through the small holes and get them secured in place before soldering it.

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